An online service called PayScale has ranked colleges based on "return on investment."
Here are how the schools in the Capital Region stacked up:
Oddly, neither St. Rose nor Russell Sage Colleges were on the list of 852 schools.
Businessweek has the same rankings posted with a few more categories.
Here's the methodology, which is worth skimming. In short: the numbers were calculated using the 30 year median pay for a 2009 grad with a bachelor's degree, in a full time job.
MIT was ranked #1. The highest ranked public school was UC-Berkeley at #16.
Earlier on AOA:
+ Skidmore, Union, RPI among nation's most expensive
+ Capital Region college tuition
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